Małgorzata Lange-Banaś graduated from the Secondary Music School in
Warsaw in the flute class of Professor Grzegorz Cimoszko and in the same year
she entered the Fryderyk Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw where she
studied in the flute class of Professor Elżbieta Gajewska-Gadzina.
After graduation, she improved her skills by participating in many master
courses on the interpretation of flute music conducted, among others, by such
masters as: Alain Marion, Peter Lukas Graf, János Bálint, James Galway, and
Michael Martin Kofler.
She earned her doctoral degree in musical arts at Stanisław Moniuszko
Academy of Music in Gdańsk.
Małgorzata Lange-Banaś won the III prize and Special Award at the XVI Karol
Kurpiński National Competition for Young Performer in Włoszakowice.
She collaborated with the Polish Chamber Orchestra directed by Jerzy
Maksymiuk, the Sinfonia Varsovia conducted by Yehudi Menuhin and the
Warsaw Chamber Opera.
She has made numerous recordings for the German television Hessische
She is active as soloist and chamber musician.
Currently Małgorzata Lange-Banaś is a flute teacher at the Grażyna Bacewicz
State General Music School Complex No. 3 in Warsaw (ZPOSM nr 3) where
she is the Deputy Director and the Head of the Wind Instruments, Percussion
and Singing Section.
Her pupils are the winners of numerous national and international competitions.
She is awarded many prizes for her pedagogical work, including the Minister of
Culture and National Heritage and the President of Poland.
In the past she taught the flute class at the Dithmarsher Musikschule in
Małgorzata Lange-Banaś also serves on the jury of various national and